Noah’s Year of Deliverance
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What are Uncounted Days? continued
(2) From the very first mention of the Sabbath in Genesis 2:1-3, the Sabbath is consistently of
In reference to each of the “six working days” [Ezekiel 46:1-3], Genesis 1:5 [8, 13, 19,
23, 31] explicitly states: “the evening [Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary entry H6153] and the
morning [entry H1242] were the . . . day.” However, no such statement is made in regard
to the Sabbath; for the Sabbath is not confined to a single evening and morning.
At the monthly transition of the dark moon, the fourth Sabbath and the additional
one or two adjustment-days unite to become the New Moon celebration of the up-coming
Thus, placed in calendar format, every month looks identical:
Days of Week: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Sabbath
Days of Month: (29) (29/30) 1 These uncounted days are Sabbaths
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 kept as a glorious two- or three-day
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 New Moon celebration, a monthly
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 Sabbath, if you please.
23 24 25 26 27 28
(3) However, in long-time-frame prophecies, all days are individually included in the count. To
illustrate, consider Daniel 8:14. The KJV translation of this verse [“Unto two thousand and three
hundred days . . . .”] fails to present the Hebrew language for days, which is “evening-morning”
[H6153 and H1242, the same two words used in Genesis 1:5, 8, 13, 19, 23, 31], not days.
This language clearly specifies that every night-day cycle is included in this count, as
distinguished from standard day-counting practices. Because the book of Revelation is
translated from the Hebrew, yet we have no original text, it is impossible from text to know
whether the one-thousand-two-hundred-and-sixty-days [Revelation 11:3, 12:6] are “evening-
morning” days, but in application it is evident that they are.
[For fuller explanation, the 1260-days of special instruction, which began with the
astronomical sign of 5 October 2005, when counted as “evening-morning” days, ends on
17 March 2009, just weeks before the end of the fourth Year of Return (Darius), which
Daniel 11:2 indicates must happen. If, by contrast, the uncounted days are not included, this
time would not end until 23 June 2009, midway into the fifth Year of Return (Darius), more
than a month after the Sequestering Year had begun. This inconsistency between specific
prophetic structures forces the recognition that these 1260-days are “evening-morning” days!]
Thus, with this system of counting, twelve lunar months comprise 354 or 355 “evening-
morning” days, but are counted as [twelve times twenty-eight] 336 days.
As discussed at the beginning of this Uncounted Days article, the additional ten or eleven
“evening-morning” days [365 per solar year minus 354 or 355 per twelve lunar months] in the
solar-lunar calendar are combined to form an additional month about every third year, which is an
uncounted adjustment (intercalenary) month.
All of this in examined and explained in Section 5: Time. Study several of the articles there, including Months, Sevens (Weeks), and Calendar.
Originally Written: 8 May 2008
Latest Update: 13 July 2011
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